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Canine cutaneous sterile pyogranuloma/granuloma syndrome: a retrospective analysis of 29 cases (1976 to 1988)


, : Canine cutaneous sterile pyogranuloma/granuloma syndrome: a retrospective analysis of 29 cases (1976 to 1988). Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 27(5): 519-528

In a retrospective study of skin biopsy records of dogs with various non-neoplastic disorders, 29 cases of the condition were identified, all having negative primary bacterial, fungal or foreign body involvement, and all giving a good response to glucocorticoid therapy but not to antibiotics. The lesions were multiple in 27 cases. Predisposition to the condition was found in males and in the Collie, Weimeraner, Great Dane, English Bulldog, Boxer and Golden Retriever breeds.

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